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Early speech development in children

2011-12-13, Dept. of Psychology, University of Hamburg

Early speech development in children

This talk was presented in the auxiliary seminar for the course Developmental Psychology by Philipp Schlesinger and me.

The base for our content were a chapter from a textbook and a scientific paper explainig a study, which we summarized and presented. We decided to augment the textbook content with a proper introduction into the field of linguistics, which was obviously lacking for people just reading the text. Also, there was a short quiz and a discussion at the end..

Interaction in the Blogosphere

2011-07-30, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Hamburg

Interaction in the Blogosphere

Abstract: Blogging is an interesting phenomenon not only from a socio-cultural and medial perspective. The "blogosphere", as the collective set of all blogs and their authors is sometimes called, has adapted and developed a whole range of interaction patterns. In this paper, I give an overview of the methods which bloggers use to communicate with their readers and with each other, and for what kind of communication they are typically used. Furthermore, blogging is explained in the context of the medial development of our culture.

This paper has been written for the Computergestützte Kooperation course. I chose to develop the topic of blogs mostly towards interaction patterns.

Interaction in the Blogosphere

2011-05-24, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Hamburg

Interaction in the Blogosphere

This talk was held in the course Computer-Supported Cooperative Work.

I started by explainig "blogging" as such and what it's about, then going into interaction patterns frequently found on blogs. Among those were comments and their structure, Trackbacks and Pingbacks as well as social media widgets. I ended with two scenarios concerning anonymous blogging and the use of blogs for knowledge management by enterprises, respectively, as well as a brief look at a possible future for blogging.

Umgestaltung der Sprachfunktionen meiner Webseite

2010-12-27 23:01:43

Die Weihnachtstage sind eine Zeit für viele schöne Dinge: alte Freunde treffen, mit der Familie zusammen sein, gut essen, ausschlafen. Ich klinke mich in dieser Zeit gerne ein wenig aus den meisten Uni-Pflichten aus und betreibe ein wenig Programmierung für eigene Zwecke. Die letzten zwei, drei Tage habe ich mich meiner Webseite gewidment und die technische Grundlage für die Internationalisierung generalüberholt.

Wichtige Änderungen

Zuerst vielleicht mal das, was sich für Besucher der Seite ändert. Die auffälligste Änderung: Es gibt keinen "Implizite-Sprache-Modus" mehr, sondern jeder Besucher befindet sich jederzeit entweder auf der deutschen oder der englischen Version der Seite. (Daran, dass nur auf deutsch verfügbare Inhalte auch auf der englischen Seite auf deutsch angezeigt werden, ändert sich hierdurch nichts.)

Mehrsprachigkeit und Lecture2Go

2010-06-29 16:54:24

Schon seit einigen Semestern bietet die Uni Hamburg einen Service namens Lecture2Go an. Die dort Zuständigen haben Equipment und Know-How zur gelungenen Aufzeichnung von Vorlesungen und anderen Vorträgen. Dort findet man zum Beispiel auch die Vorlesungen zum Modul Softwareentwicklung 2.

Vor etwa einem Semester hatte ich mitbekommen, dass ein Kommilitone ein solches Lecture2Go-Aufnahmeset für einen Vortrag im KunterBuntenSeminar organisiert hatte. Das fand ich sofort spannend, weil ich viel davon halte, Wissen möglichst allen Menschen zugänglich zu machen, die Interesse daran haben. Eine Aufzeichnung wie die mit Lecture2Go erlaubt es, die Grenzen der persönlichen Anwesenheit zu sprengen und einen Vortrag zu einem späteren Zeitpunkt und/oder an einem anderen Ort der Welt mit zu erleben.

The current state of language diversity at the University of Hamburg

2010-06-22, Institute for German language, Universität Hamburg

The current state of language diversity at the University of Hamburg

This talk was held in a project seminar titled "Multilingual communication in institutions" and illustrated the state and difficulties of multilingualism in relation to teaching and learning at the University of Hamburg.

In approximately thirty minutes, I showed the role of multilingualism concerning the teaching at our university. To that end, I explained and showed both the official rules about languages in teaching as well as several experiences of both students and teachers.

On addressing conversational partners in german

2010-04-26, Institute for German language, Universität Hamburg

On addressing conversational partners in german

This talk was held by Luisa Dewitz and me in a course about the typological analysis of the german language by Dr. Kameyama.

Due to our topic being the first one, we had little time to prepare the talk. Fortunately we succeeded in combing through the source material, giving structure to our content and even including some interactive elements, such as the map of addressing systems in relation to each other, which was created with and by the course participants.

Sentence structure - highlight

2009-12-16, Institute for German language, Universität Hamburg

Sentence structure - highlight

This short and minimal talk was held in the introduction to linguistics course conducted by Bernd Meyer.

As a relatively big team, we were tasked with identifying a highlight and a "lowlight" concerning the chapter on sentence structure in the book we used for the course, as well as the corresponding course session.

As the lowlight we presented a particularly vague and misleading sentence in the book, and as the highlight we showed an excerpt about sentence structure from the famous essay "The Awful German Language" by Mark Twain.

This talk was meant to last five minutes at most, which is why there are so few slides and so little content.

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